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Life is short. What are you doing?
I've never seen paper with 3 holes but always with 4!
How weird your ring binder must look oO
Hm.... maybe we should join forces and make some international standard of like.... seven rings or something.
NO holes at all! Pure unspoilt paper!
Haha please excuse my puzzlement, but I really could not imagine how a ring binder with 3 rings looks like - I had to take a look at the English Wikipedia to find a picture! ^^
How did you Americans possibly came up with the idea of using 3 holes?? In ring binders with 2 rings like ours the .. "opening mechanism" (don't ask me for a suitable translation of "Aktenordnerschließvorrichtung" ^^) is in the center, between the holes. I think that's logical
*lol* Aha, no no, I hope I didn't sound all.... closed-minded or too rude or anything; I's just teasin' ya.
And wow, your aktenordnerschließvorrichtung is in the middle? Like only one of them? That sounds kind of handy, actually. Our aktenordnerschließvorrichtungs are at the top and bottom, and if your notebook is really really full, or just plain old, then clicking one of them open won't necessarily click the other one open like it's theoretically supposed to.
Also, that is my favorite new word of the day. What a mouthful!
^^ BTW I made some pictures of my ring binder, including my "Aktenordnerschließvorrichtung" (and some professional drawings from philosophy class in the second picture ) [link]
I really have NO idea how to name that open-and-close thingy Wikipedia calls it Exzentermechanik (Exzenter (?!) mechanism). Never heard it though xD
But my language is inventive in creating long and complicated-sounding words!
Good brain exercise, if you think about it that way
And the space on the paper just seemed.... I dunno.... It felt so empty like it was holding its breath in anticipation, just ready to be used. Like the 1,440 minutes we have each day. Really, what do we do with them? Do we really make them count for something?
Haha, I'm too introspective I guess.
I love your handwriting